Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

25 Past And Present Pics That Will Make You Miss The Good Old Days.

It's incredible how photos from the past can stir up long forgotten memories. It's actually a lot of fun to look back and see how certain things used to be. But it's even more fun when you compare them to photos of how things were with the way things are now. So here are a couple of images from the past that we trawled through to reminisce. In some cases, it's brought the owners of these photos a sense of nostalgia, in others, it's reminded them of a terrible time and how time can help to rebuild. In some cases, it even serves as a testament to a love that can never die. So, get ready to take a trip through this rich collection of past and present.

Your dad's old office can be a treasure trove full of memories of ages past.

Like this photo from 1973, which one person found of his dad and mom sharing a romantic smooch back when they were young. It just comes to show you that love grows stronger with time.

A side by side comparison of certain family members shows an eerie similarity.

Who says you need to be twins to look identical. This photo shows this guy's girlfriend, girlfriend's sister, and their cousins 20 years apart, and they're practically spitting images of each other.

It's been 241 years since the Declaration of Independence was signed.

Naturally, you can't expect anyone from that era to still be around to talk about all those yesteryears, but their descendants are alive and kicking and have gathered together in the very room where history was made. Mind blown!

Love can overcome all kinds of things, including tragedy and war.

Just ask Auschwitz survivor, Edith Steiner, and her Scottish soldier sweetheart, John Mackay, pictured here in 194, and again in 2017 after celebrating 71 years of marriage.

Hong Kong was quite a busy port in the East decades ago.

It was definitely a major metropolis that was bound to grow in less than no time. Even then, it was the epitome of a modern city, and it wasn't unusual to see the waters full of boats making their way towards the docks.

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